Dento alveolar surgery

Complete and fully-functional teeth are achievable at any age. Dental Implants are your best choice to replace missing teeth so you can smile freely, eat normally, and speak confidently again.

Designed to last for years, dental implants are the closest treatments that resemble the features and functions of your natural teeth. Each implant is surgically placed in the jawbone, giving you a naturally-looking smile.

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Strength: giving you a strong bite again
  • Facial Structure: ensuring you maintain your facial features
  • Natural: a natural bright and youthful smile will shine as you confidently smile
  • Durability: the implants will last many years, held in place securely with high stability
  • No Cavities: dental care is still required, however, no decay will appear

If you are looking for the best dental implant in Dubai, implantology and oral surgeon Dr Jehad Al Sukhun administer each procedure with great accuracy and satisfying results.

A dental bone graft is a procedure performed to increase the amount of bone in a part of the jaw where bone has been lost or where additional support is needed.

Bone may be taken from elsewhere in the body and surgically fused to existing bone in the jaw. Sometimes, synthetic bone material is used.

A dental bone graft is sometimes needed if further procedures, such as dental implants, are necessary or if bone loss is affecting the health of nearby gums and teeth.

There are several ways dental bone grafting can be done, but the basic procedure is the same: A dentist or oral surgeon makes an incision in the jaw and grafts (attaches) other bone material to the jaw.

A dental bone graft is usually done if someone has lost one or more adult teeth or has gum disease. Both of these conditions can cause bone loss in the jaw.

The preferred approach for dental bone grafting is to use your own bone from the hip, tibia, or back of the jaw. This is known as an autograft. Autografts are usually the “gold standard,” since they increase bony support in the jaw and promote faster healing and new bone formation.

 xtracting a wisdom tooth with roots near the IAN can cause direct or indirect damage to the nerve. Coronectomy in that situation can be a safe procedure that’s associated with a low incidence of injury to the lingual or inferior alveolar nerves.

Dr Jehad is very known and expert of doing this procedure with less complications.